In WASH mode, little or no water is flowing from the nozzle.

  • Remove wash down line and clear debris.
  • Perform Draining the Pot procedure (in manual) to remove as much media and water as possible.
  • Perform Pressure Relief Procedure, in manual.
  • Disconnect the abrasive hose at the control box, and disconnect the blast hose. Shine a flashlight in through the blast outlet connection. Inspect the interior of the pinch hose and blast circuit outlet for debris. If debris or packed-out media is found, remove then reinstall the blast hose and abrasive hose and resume blasting.
  • Remove the pot funnel assembly to gain access to the inside of the pot.
  • If visible, remove large debris and proceed to step 11, If water and media still remain in the pot and no debris is visible, proceed to step 6.
  • Remove the abrasive hose from the control box and pot at the cam-lock fittings. If media flows freely from the pot, debris is stuck in the abrasive hose. Clear the hose and reinstall.
  • If media is still stuck in the pot, loosen the clamp to remove the outlet manifold.
  • Probe inside the pot from the outlet until the debris is found.
  • Remove debris, inspect the gasket and replace if damaged. Reinstall the outlet manifold and torque the clamp to 15 ft-lb (19.5 N•m).
    • NOTE: When debris is cleared, media should freely flow from the pot outlet. The pot will need to be completely flushed before the outlet manifold can be reinstalled. All disposals must comply with national, state and local regulations.
  • Connect the abrasive hose at the cam-lock connections.
  • Inspect the post funnel assembly gaskets and replace if necessary. Reinstall the pot funnel assembly.